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Fightin' Fool

by Max Brand

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This is one of the better Max Brand novels that I have read. The hero, while not exactly a normal character, does seem to be closer to a regular human begin than in some of the other brand novels I have read.

Jingo is a good looking fellow who has a reputation as a gambler, gunman and trickster. Once we are in side his mind, we note these are true but he never harms anyone unless threaten and then never to kill. When he hears of a local rancher's beautiful daughter's visit to the town will be restricted to the young men she is bringing with her from the East, he promises that he will get through the barrier and dance with her. This results in him being barred from the ranch which he sees as a challenge which he overcomes by hiding in a load of hay and being dropped in the hay loft from which he enters the house to face the girl and her father.

There is a great deal of humour in this book much of which is brought about by the high jinks of the hero. ( )
  lamour | Apr 26, 2014 |
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